It is understood businessman Noel Smyth will tell officials from Mandate and Siptu that Fitzwilliam’s plans for Arnotts include the continued operation of the department store as an independent retailer

The businessman Noel Smyth, whose Fitzwilliam Finance Partners got control of the Arnotts department store earlier this year, is to meet union lead(...)

Computer generated image of proposal: US company Covanta is to spend €500m on the Poolbeg incinerator, with another €100m coming from the four Dublin local authorities

Funding for the building of the waste to energy incinerator in Poolbeg, Dublin, is coming from a company in Luxembourg with a structure similar to the(...)

The use of Luxembourg by multinationals to reduce their taxable profits in other jurisdictions, mostly by generating interest charges outside the duchy, while not generating mirroring taxable profits in Luxembourg, is the subject of ongoing political debate within the European Union.

DCC plc, the London-listed support services group which has its headquarters in Dublin, has a number of inter-company financing entities in Luxembourg(...)

  Artist’s impression of Chartered Land’s  redevelopment of the former Carlton Cinema site on O’Connell Street, Dubli.  Photograph: Chartered Land /PA Wire

There is no mistaking how upbeat Jill Tyrrell is about business as she talks about how Murray’s Bar, at the north end of Dublin’s O’Connell Street,(...)

Businessman Sean Quinn. The Quinn family is understood to be hopeful that a process overseen by the High Court will have a greater chance of success than contacts that took place earlier this year

The Quinn family is understood to be hopeful that a process overseen by the High Court, aimed at settling its dispute with the Irish Bank Resolution(...)

Deirdre Foley: Natrium is 20 per cent owned by the Dublin property investor

Natrium Limited, the purchaser in the deal that led to the dramatic closure of Clerys last Friday, was incorporated on May 27th and is 20 per cent own(...)

Crewlink Ireland, which is involved mostly in providing cabin crew staff to Ryanair, produced a pretax loss of €17,416 in 2014, though the accounts show major transactions with related companies which have yet to file accounts. Photograph: Ian Waldie/Getty Images

Turnover at Crewlink Ireland, which is involved mostly in providing cabin crew staff to Ryanair, saw its turnover grow by 10 per cent in 2014, to €55(...)

Home turf: Shelbourne are looking to offload their Tolka Park grounds as one way of paying off their huge debts. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The walls of the office under the old stand at Tolka Park in Drumcondra are thick with pennants and framed photographs, while on shelves behind cle(...)

Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD, addressing a meeting in the Mansion House via Skype last year.

Proposed new obligations on multinationals to produce country-by-country reports on their financial affairs will have a “massive impact” on them, a le(...)

John Delaney said the compensation was agreed on the basis of Fifa’s “real concerns” over the strength of the FAI’s legal claim. Photograph: Inpho

FAI chief executive John Delaney has given a new account of why the organisation received a payment of €5 million from Fifa in the wake of Ireland’s c(...)